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Muzaffarnagar News Son of temple priest Shiv Murti who disappeared from Muzaffarnagar has been found in Haridwar



Muzaffarnagar: The son of Muzaffarnagar temple priest Shiv Murti in Uttar Pradesh was picked up from Haridwar late Sunday evening. The police picked up the teenager and gave him a medical examination. Initial investigation revealed that the teenager had traveled to Haridwar angry at his father’s beatings.

Akshay Pandey, the 14-year-old son of pandit Ramesh Chand Pandey, the priest of the Shiv Murti temple, considered the heart of the city, was absent from his home at 5 p.m. Saturday. On the complaint of Pandit Ramesh Chand Pandey, Kotwali Police started searching for Akshay Pandey registering a kidnapping case against an unknown accused. The police had insured relatives for Akshay’s recovery.

On Sunday evening, the city’s priests gathered in front of the idol of Shiva and protested against the police and warned that if Akshay Pandey was not recovered, he would not worship Holika Dahan. The SSP had formed 3 separate teams from Kotwali Town Police and Crime Branch and Surveillance for the recovery of the minor.

Police searched more than 100 CCTV cameras

Police teams formed on the instructions of the SSP, while searching for Akshay Pandey, saw footage from more than 100 CCTV cameras installed in the city. Based on what the police got the clue from Akshay.

Reached Haridwar by passenger train with 10 rupees in pocket

Akshay Pandey left home on Saturday and reached the railway station directly and reached Haridwar by taking a passenger train. Police and surveillance team tracked down Akshay using CCTV camera horse surveillance and picked him up from Haridwar. According to the sources, Akshay said he left home after being distraught over his father’s beatings.